I posted a question earlier obout pain meds and hep c, I have another as well, if anyone may have an answer it would be appreciated. The relationship I was in when I was tranmitted this disease was 1000% momogomous on my part and 1000% Not on his.(I'd found out right before leaving him). He called me with his diagnoses and I immediately set appts to get one of my own, where I tested positive. I started having symptoms (which I attributed to my fibromyalgia and stress)...Is there any way that I can prosecute this "man" and/or try to get restitution, considering his reckless behavior and all that I am having to go through, due to this disease .....(including the bills)..??? He has contacted me several hundred times only to harrass me for leaving him, and I am paying the price for his actions.
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